In today's service and information oriented organizations, both non-profit and for-profit, there is a need for managers who can broker information, sustain employee commitment, understand the work environment, and expedite customer service. Jobs such as these require managers educated in organization dynamics, personnel and human resources management principles, management control, and quality production methods.
The same qualities that attracted Mercedes Reyes to Sage as an undergraduate – attentive faculty and a low faculty/student ratio -- made Sage's graduate School of Management first on her list when she was ready to pursue her master's degree.
- Mercedes Reyes
Sage's Master of Science (M.S.) in Organization Management is designed to create knowledgeable and highly skilled managers in these important operational areas and in closely related areas of management.
The Organizational Management student will gain skills and knowledge within a framework of 30 credit hours or 10 courses. With the master's degree in Organization Management and sharpened skills in management, graduates of this program are able to assume leadership positions in many different types of organizations, firms, government, and service provision agencies, or community organizations.
For students who wish to specialize in the administration of organizations in the public sector there is a special concentration in Public Administration for the MS in Organization Management..
This graduate program of study is structured around three important areas of management: organizational foundation principles, personnel principles, and management control principles. The capstone seminar in management provides an opportunity for students to integrate those principles through a research project in the field of management.